An official in Mumbai said that around 3,500 resident doctors in all government-run hospitals in Maharashtra have called off their four-day-old strike on Friday.
‘We have decided to call off the strike in view of the
Around 3,500 resident doctors in government hospitals in the state continued their strike for the third day and plan to start parallel Out-Patient Departments (OPDs) for the benefit of poor patients, a top office-bearer said on
The Bombay High court on Wednesday asked the striking doctors all over Maharashtra to return to work failing which they asked the state government to take appropriate action against the residential doctors. The High Court feels
The Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors’ (MARD) strike has seen residential doctors all over the state refuse to turn up for work and the strike has affected hospitals all over Maharashtra especially in major cities
Perhaps the prolonged medical strike in Karnataka had some ramifications. In a significant development, a Cabinet subcommittee set up to examine the demands of government doctors on Wednesday decided to merge the departments of
A news report in the Hindu says that doctors and other staff of the state Health Department have called off their five day old strike. H.N. Ravindra, President of the Karnataka State Medical Officers and Employees Samithi,
The doctors' strike in Karnataka continued on Monday, making it the fourth day in a row. The Health Department has started trying to convince contract doctors and private hospitals to help with emergencies in state-run rural
The indefinite strike called by 50,000 medical staff attached to the district taluk, general hospitals, primary health centres and urban health centres under the Karnataka health department entered its third day on Sunday has
Medical services in the government-run hospitals in Garo Hills region in western Meghalaya were hit as doctors struck work to protest "wrongful detention" of a medic by the police. Emergency services in the Tura Civil Hospital
Medical services in the government-run hospitals across Andhra Pradesh were hit as the junior doctors intensified their strike. Emergency services in the Gandhi Hospital and Osmania Hospital in the state capital came to a
Junior docs of Bihar's premier medical institution - the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) - ended their 14-day long strike after the state government assured them it would look into their grievances. Medicos of two other
The IMA’s call for strike to protest the National Council of Human Resource and Health Bill 2011 and the Clinical Establishment Act met with a lukewarm response in Pune with most hospitals in the city running as usual.
Though the Supreme Court didn’t stay Monday’s nationwide strike by around 1.78 lakh doctors of the IMA because of impracticality of implementation it did agree to examine the ethicality of doctors striking.
The Supreme Court refused to stay the IMA’s nationwide strike today. The main reason for the protest is the decision to dissolve the Medical Council of India (MCI) and other paramedical bodies like the Nursing Council of India